Tourist Hot Spots in Italy


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Tourist Hot Spots in Italy:

Tourist Hot Spots in Italy


Introduction Italy – a world of romance, exquisite dining, iconic architecture, rich history and breath-taking scenery. This does not even begin to describe the many treasures of Italy. A unique boot-shaped peninsula in the Mediterranean, Italy boasts sights and wonders that will awe anyone.

Italy by Region: Rome:

Italy by Region: Rome Fascinating history and art coupled with fine food and wine make Rome one of the most exceptional tourist destinations in the world. Some tourist hot spots within Rome include the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain and Vatican. No tour of Italy is complete without visiting Rome, the Eternal City. Known as the centre of western civilization, Rome has wondrous architecture that has developed over centuries.

Italy by Region: Tuscany:

Italy by Region: Tuscany Situated in the heart of Italy, Tuscany is a charming region known for its countryside with extensive vineyards, olive groves and cypress trees. Art and culture come to life in Tuscany with a delightful dining experiences to accompany it.

Italy by Region: Venice:

Italy by Region: Venice Propel through the city of romance in a gondola. While floating through beautiful Venice, take in the eloquent architecture, rich history and mesmerizing art. Visit St. Mark’s Square which is home to the world famous St. Mark’s Basilica, the Campanile, St. Mark’s Clock and other fabulous attractions.

Italy by Region: Campania:

Italy by Region: Campania In the region of Campania, drive along the spectacular Amalfi coast and visit charming Positano, Ravello and Amalfi. The romantic Isle of Capri is another destination to tour. Campania is home to rich culture and archaeological wonders such as Pompeii and Herculaneum.

Italy by Region: Sicily:

Italy by Region: Sicily Sicily is an island situated in the heart of the Mediterranean. Palermo, its capital, is known for artistic richness with palaces and churches built in Romanesque, Gothic, Byzantine and Baroque styles. The cathedral of Monreale and many of the preserved temples generate a sense of admiration and wonder. Also to look out for is Mount Etna – the tallest active volcano in Europe.


Conclusion Each region of Italy offers an exclusive experience. As a whole, Italy is a wonderful getaway if you are captivated by intriguing culture, delicious cuisine, interesting architecture and beautiful scenery.

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